Reviewed By Ramona M (Appleton, WI) —12/11/2014 7:37 PM
Very nice running boards but a little slippery. I live in a state where we have snow so the running boards are slippery.
Reviewed By Amelia C (BUFFALO, NY) —11/15/2014 6:27 AM
The paper instructions were tough to read. Could hardly tell wtf it was a picture of and the green dot was on the wrong part for the wrong side. Took way too long to install. I've but running boards on trucks lots but nothing like this.
Reviewed By Diane S (HOUSTON, TX) Reviewed for a 2010 Ford Edge —5/30/2014 12:36 AM
The running boards are very strong with heavy brackets. They should last a long time. They look great on the car--very natural like they came with the car. They don't stick out too far to bother you if you don't use them, but are wide enough for a good toe-hold if you do use them.
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